Job DetailsPost Name: Accountant
No. of Post: 01 Posts
Salary(in Rs.): Salary will be offered : Rs. 19035/- (Per Month)
Post Name: Assistant Foreman (Mech.)
No. of Post: 01 posts
Salary(in Rs.): Salary will be offered Rs. 19035/- (Per Month)
Eligibility: 12th/10th/Mech./ Automobile Engineering
Location: Bengaluru (Karnataka)
Last Date: 10-Nov-2015.
Age Limit:For Accountant : 18 to 45 years
For Remaining Posts : 18 to 40 years. Age relaxation as per government rule.
Qualification/Educational Criteria : For Accountant : Intermediate Examination of ICWA or CA.
For Stenographer : Matriculate OR equivalent examination and Should have speed of 80 w.p.m. in Shorthand & 40 w.p.m. in typing.
For Assistant Foreman (Mech.) : Matriculation with 03 years Diploma or equivalent in Mech./ Automobile Engineering from a recognized Technical Institute
Mode of Selection: Selection will be based on written examination and interview.
How To ApplyCandidates are required to apply online through CMPDI’s website www.cmpdi.co.in from 24.10.2015 to 10.11.2015. Candidates Who filled-in OFF-LINE & ON-LINE application form in prescribed format or PDF Application Form generated online along with relevant enclosures send through Registered Post / Speed Post only to the Dy. General Manager (P&A), Central Mine Planning & Design Institute Limited, Gondwana Place, Kanke Road, Ranchi – 834 031on or before 14.11.2015..
AboutCentral Mine Planning & Design Institute (CMPDI)Central Mine Planning & Design Institute Limited (CMPDI) is a Government of India enterprise having its corporate headquarters at Ranchi in India.
It is a fully owned subsidiary of Coal India Limited (CIL) and a Schedule-B company.
It is a Mini Ratna (Category II) company since May 2009 and ISO 9001 certified since March 1998. It is also on way for ISO 27001 certification for its information security management.
In 1972, CMPDI was originally conceived and proposed by a joint study group with Polish experts as a comprehensive planning set-up under one roof for entire Indian mining industry, which was then operating on a rudimentary planning system. This was also the time when Indian coal-industry was being nationalized to enable it to support the high growth of energy sector required for speedy industrial growth of the country in the coming years.
In December 1973, the Government of India approved the proposal of CMPDI’s formation restricting its field of activities initially to the then nationalized coal-industry, since the need for scientific planning for the coalmining sector had become paramount.
In January 1974, CMPDI started functioning as a division of the then recently constituted Coal Mines Authority Limited (CMAL), and the planning wing of erstwhile National Coal Development Corporation (NCDC) forming its nucleus.